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and the reason is just as alarming. in a taped interview, he said he hates mexicans. >> he went on to say, quote, you don't know why i did what i did. >> the judge called the act utter, vicious. he said a tree steak is meant to beautify the city, not for spewing hatred. >> this is the latest in several incidents we believe may be targeting hispanics. >> reporter: they all have been blocks from patterson park. last week, a 13-year-old girl robbed two. >> even if they get robbed, they don't complain about it. >> reporter: he says the cultural gap makes residents reluctant to report.
>> being eye victim of crime is race and culturally-neutral. they'll get apprehended and prosecuted. and your immigration status won't matter at all. >> that's a federal immigration issue. all we're here to do is prevent people from getting killed and hurt. >> and she says her son suffers from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. weijia jiang, wjz eyewitness news. and holley was facing three years for drug probation. police are on the scene of a shooting. captain mike perry with more for us. north avenue and pennsylvania avenue. reporting of a shooting. an adult male shot in the head. you can see this very large crowd. apparently there were a lot of witnesses around when this crime occurred. just a few moments ago. paramedics just arrived.
they are taking people to the ambulance and then to an awaiting hospital. at this point, police have pretty much pandemonium at north avenue. you can see there is a very large crowd here. apparently there were a lot of friends trying to assist the victim. and police now just beginning to assist. there is no word on a suspect at this point. but you can see, a very, very large police presence. on north avenue, you can expect delays in the area. no traffic is is allowed through in the eastbound direction. back to you on tv hill. >> looks shut down. all right, captain mike will continue to update that story throughout our newscast. an update now to breaking news we brought you at 5:00. kai is in the newsroom with the latest on this for us. >> reporter: that's right. the crash happened a little over an hour ago in crofton.
sky eye chopper 13 was over the scene. right now, they are reporting that several people felt injuries from the crash. a traffic safety investigator team is there. >> stay tuned for more on this crash as it becomes available. a man is charged with murdering his own brother with an ax. he was found inside a trailer in cumberland mark collins was charged with first-degree murder. silence from one of the d.c. snipers tonight. weeks ago, lee boyd malvo announced that he and john allen muhammad went on a shooting spree back in 2002. but now he's stonewalling
investigators. >> reporter: lee boyd malvo did a lot of talking to william shat or, claiming he and john allen muhammad shot 42 people across the country. the murder of an arizona golfer, one of the fiemplet. >> he didn't die immediately. he fell. >> reporter: right now, the d.c. snipers are only linked to 27 shootings, including 10 fatal attacks in our area in 2002. montgomery county police decided to reopen the case this month to see if the pair is responsible for 15 more violent attacks. >> obviously with this claim that recently came out by malvo on the show that was nationally televised, we have a responsibility to fully follow- up. >> reporter: but late word, malvo is refusing to meet with montgomery county detectives from his prison cell in virginia. and malvo won't give them permission to talk to a psychiatrist who says malvo gave him the same information, including that others were involved. >> there were, in fact, at least three other coconspirators. i was in shock when he told me. >> reporter: even though
montgomery county police are frustrated that malvo won't talk with them, they say they do not have any open cases related to the d.c. snipers. john allen muhammad was executed last year in virginia. malvo will spend the rest of his life in prison, without the possibility of parole. well, speeders, beware. frederick county public schools have installed cameras to catch drivers who speed past buses that are stopped. it will capture a vehicle's license plate number and how fast it was going. however, the speeders are not going to get a ticket. a bill allowing tickets was shot down recently in the general assembly. right now, more than a half a billion eggs are subject to a nationwide recall, after eggs were linked to as many as 1300 cases of salmonella. the fda is now trying to find the source of the problem. food safety officials admit there may be more eggs tainted
with salmonella out there on the market. the fda is asking congress for stronger enforcement powers so it can prevent outbreaks, not just respond to them. the commissioner said new food safety rules in effect this summer are only a start. >> these rules put in place for the very first time, very rigorous and specific safety standards so that we can hold companies accountable. >> reporter: the egg industry has consolidated in recent years. and a few larger businesses now control much of the nation's egg supply. >> reporter: the half billion eggs covered by this recall come from just two iowa companies. but they're sold across the country, under two dozen different brand names. the two companies share a common link. owner and supplier, austin jack decoster. a businessman with a troubled legal history. former labor secretary robert require blamed decoster for, quote, some of the most heinous
workplace violations he had are ever seen. the iowa supreme court called him a repeat violators. and earlier this year, he paid a fine after reporters found chickens were being mistreated. >> reporter: about 1300 people have gon gotten sick from contaminated eggs. and that number is expected to grow. in new york, alexis christoforous, wjz eyewitness news. >> and the fda admits it could take months to figure out how the eggs became contaminated in the first place. the heavy weights in maryland's race for governor stands toe to toe. there is more on the race between democrat martin o'malley and republican bob ehrlich. >> reporter: according to this latest poll, each candidate's message appears to appeal to an almost equal number of voters. >> reporter: as governor o'malley campaigns to move
maryland forward, the 2010 race being stuck in a tie. >> this is a state that is 59% democrat, 26% republican, and the polls are even. and in some polls are ahead. and we have not bought an ad on the radio or tv yet. so clearly there's a lot of discontent with the direction of this state. >> reporter: they give an edge to o'malley. but this is the first rasmussen poll to include leaners. people who are leaning toward one candidate but not definite. and the poll finds them tied at 47%. >> the polls are so strong, the money is coming in very strong. >> reporter: in fact, ehrlich has raised fewer dollars than o'malley but for more donors, which he considers a tell in the way many voters are thinking. >> typically, these come in with many explanations. dear governor, i'm sorry i couldn't write more. i'm with a fixed income and those.
>> they accuse the ras rasmussen firm. this is nothing more than a smoke screen to detract voters. but analyst matthew censon reports others. . >> i haven't seen one yet in which the two exceeded the margin of error. and that's not good for the governor. he should have a lead going into the election. >> reporter: o'malley's campaign spokesman tells eyewitness news, the governor's support has been very strong and sustained. we have strong significant support heading into the final months of the campaign. >> reporter: and you can expect bob ehrlich commercials to hit the air in the next few weeks. back to you, mary. >> all right, pat. thanks. the primary is november 14th. the general election is november 2nd. we'll have to take a live look outside. cooler weather will stick around.
and we've got a little rain moving through the area. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist tim williams is in the weather center, tracking the storms here at home. and also tracking danielle. >> yes, it definitely did. and you're right on all counts. we will definitely get a bit of a cooldown. it comes with that transition of rain heading into the middle of the week. we're at 79 degrees right now. down from a daytime high of just around 82. bring this in, just a little more into view. hagerstown and out toward berkeley spring. hancock also seeing some light activity. not out of the question. we could see and hear rumbles of thunder. as they move through the evening. tomorrow, a better chance of rain area wide. as for danielle, danielle has gone now from tropical storm status to a category 1 hurricane. 75-mile-per-hour sustained winds. at 17 miles per hour, and
expected to make a bit of a turn. also, expected to make a turn into a major hurricane, which would be a category 3 or better. it's not really expected to make with this projection impact this. but bermuda is the only land mass that has this storm in its sights right now. we will keep you posted and have your complete updated first warning forecast. >> tim, as you're focused on that hurricane, we are focused on the fifth anniversary of hurricane katrina. memories of the chaotic aftermath are sure to focus on the anniversary, which is coming up soon. many of them will be relived right here in maryland, by the volunteers who rushed in to help. >> tens of thousands became instant refugees in their own neighborhood that the gulf coast wields in virginia. and into that turmoil, rushed red cross volunteers from maryland. >> 1700 workers, right out of central maryland, 600. and that was the highest number
of volunteers deployed from any single chapter to those in the united states. >> those who maid the journey -- made the journey to the gulf had no idea what was waiting five years ago. >> we're going to be sleeping in shelters probably at church or at school. there's going to be a lack of services of all kind. water, electricity. food. clothing. >> reporter: once their volunteers took photos and preserved memories of what they experienced. >> we had a mirth. we're worried about it being able to survive. one lady came up and said, don't take that baby. and we said, why? and she said, with all of this death and destruction, isn't it good to see life? >> reporter: katrina's record rewrote the record books. the previous one was hurricane andrew. where there was 75,000.
katrina was a staggering 1.5 million. >> the red cross now has the ability to shelter about 350,000. it's a group effort. from the individual to the organization to be ready for the worst possible scenario. >> reporter: hopefully, nothing worse than katrina. alex demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. >> and maryland's red cross wasn't just helping in the gulf. volunteers here helped hundreds of people who self-evacuated to maryland. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. calling it quits. tiger woods and his wife, officially divorcing in the wake of his cheating. oil rig explosion. testimony about safety problems and bp's offshore oil well. parents, if you just bought children's jewelry, listen up, they may have excessive amounts of lead in them. two city stores were just cited for selling them. i'm andrea fujii, that story just ahead on eyewitness news.
that they are officially divorced. tiger woods spent montes in rehab and -- months in rehab and even publicly apologized for his affairs. but it was not enough to save their marriage. they released a statement, saying they are sad their marriage is over. the reports are not released, but some estimate that elin will get upwards of $100 million. >> the thought is that you have to pay so much anyway, you might as well pay some hush money. >> reporter: several alleged mistresses came forward. woods took a break from golf, as many of his multimillion- dollar sponsors dropped him. he made this public apology. >> i know i have bitterly disappointed all of you. >> reporter: by the time he returned to golf this spring, his game was off. he hit a low point at last month's at&t national tournament in philadelphia.
woods failed to break par for the first time in 11 years. that same weekend, the couple signed their marital settlement. the official papers were filed in florida. the couple indicated they will share custody of their 3-year- old and 10-month-old children, saying their happiness is of paramount importance. kendis gibson, cbs news. >> tiger and elin were married for six years. anne arundel county police are searching for two men wanted for recent robberies. take a look. police say he is responsible for a robbery at the rite aid in glen burnie last tuesday. he is also suspected of robbing a wawa last wednesday. anybody with information on the suspect is asked to call county police. 410-222-3605. as families continue their back-to-school shopping. parents, beware. two baltimore stores have been cited for selling children's jewelry with dangerous levels of lead. in a study, wjz health watch,
andrea fujii explains the dangerous levels lead can pose to children. >> reporter: they seem innocent enough. a purple crown bracelet and a princess and the frog jewelry set. but the health department has found both contain excessive amounts of lead. >> these ones in particular came back really high. and this is why we need to make sure they stop selling it. >> reporter: new regulations require jewelry to have lead less than 3/100ths part per million. -- 300 parts per million. and and this had 395 parts per million. and america's kids contained 485 parts per million. both stores in the mall have been cited and the items are off store shelves. >> reporter: excessive exposure to lead can lead to serious illness, neurological problems or even death.
and young children are the most susceptible. >> kids play with them. and they put them in their mouth. >> the health department tests different children's jewelry every month. since 2007, 396 items have been tested. 49 were found to contain illegal amounts of lead. they say without testing, there is no way for parents to know if their children's jewelry contains lead. >> we hate to say that, don't buy any jewelry, kids jewelry. but this is why we're out there, trying to recover as much as possible. >> reporter: andrea fujii, wjz eyewitness news. >> two years ago, 468 baltimore children tested positive for lead poisoning. mostly due to exposure to lead paint in their homes. wjz tried contacting both stores for comment but did not receive a response. for more information, log onto our website, wjz.com. tim williams is here. i have an unproven theory. >> all right. >> the seasons are starting
earlier. and they're all backed up like a month. starting to feel like fall. >> and there are leaves falling. >> i agree with you both. >> think there is something to it? >> we'll discuss it here. extensively after the commercial break. but right now, i will say that we'll be in the 60s tomorrow. for much of the day. >> i'm only 72. -- high of only 72. >> she's paying attention to the forecast. there is your first hit of weather to come. a little foreshadowing there, mary. 79 degrees our temperatures now. coming from a daytime high of 82. east/southeasterly wind at 6 miles per hour. and we'll talk about just how we get to that 72-degree high that mary has forecast coming up in a few moments. ,,,,,,,,,,,
taking a look at scattered showers around the region, from the city off to the east. we don't have too much by way of rain. we have clouds out there. but the scattered showers are coming from the west. they've kind of spiraled around in here. and for the most part, what we're dealing with is just a little light rain activity for the most part. and it's coming on through as we get into the afternoon and evening. we'll take you in and give you an idea of what is going on. we have light showers around hagerstown. we're seeing some over toward tweed town in pumpkin center.
also looking at showers for the most part around sykesville. and a few around forest park. near rolling park. also seeing light showers around dickyville. and that is going to be the case pretty much throughout the next few days or so. r. but the evening for tomorrow, we'll be dealing with showers area wide. and that will be the case before we start to see some clearing. we did get to a daytime high. average high now is 84. with an overnight low, average of 63. so we're going to be very close to those averages. tomorrow, we're going to be under, way under. we're going to be in the 60s for much of the day. pretty damp day and cool temperatures. because of winds coming in off the ocean. it's going to bring cooler, damper air. and it's all because of a system that we will show you here in just a second. it's 59 in oakland, where the rain has cooled down. 74 in elkton, where the winds
are 64 miles an hour from the northeast. northeast winds are going to prevail from tomorrow, with a system that is going to bring more cloud cover, blocking out the sun. and keep our air coming in from the ocean, as opposed to that southerly flow that we have been used to, warming us up. two real dynamics now, keeping us in the rain and scattered showers. low pressure off the england coast. has been keeping in wave after wave of cloud cover and light showers. and then this low-pressure system that is going to be moving right on up the coastline, heading into tonight and tomorrow. every time those waves go away, though, we do see dryer air kind of cutting into it. the sun really peeks through. and we have been getting getting that mix of clouds and sun all through the afternoon. keeping an eye on danielle. category 1 hurricane. as of 5:00. the national hurricane center updated it and upgrey graded it. -- upgraded it. expected to become at least a category 2 storm. could be a category 3, which
makes it a major hurricane. we'll keep you posted. it's not expected to impact the mainland u.s. sunset at 7:51. we have a small craft advisory going into effect at 8:00. mostly cloudy conditions tonight. scattered showers in areas. and 72 tomorrow. cooler with occasional rain and drizzle. cool, damp tuesday. >> 72. >> can you also recite the five- day? >> exactly. no. i'm not going to give it away, okay? >> be good. >> that's my tease. still to come on wjz eyewitness news. a deadly police standoff. a gunfight breaks out in the philippines in a recently fired police officer takes a bus load of hostages. and new scientific research confirms what dieters have long suspected about a simple way to lose weight. i'm ron matz at lexington market. the new zagat guide is out. what's hot from the baltimore restaurant scene? the story coming up here on wjz. ,,,,
narrator: a local entrepreneur had an idea for a new neighborhood business. and with help from small business loans sponsored by governor martin o'malley, arrow bicycle shop opened its doors in 2008. this governor gets it. it's our job to give maryland businesses the tools they need to grow and create jobs.
here's what people are talking about tonight. a tragedy in the philippines after an ex-policeman takes a bus load of tourists hostage. eight hostages were killed during a day-long standoff. >> police commandos smashed windows with sledgehammers, trying to storm a bus where 15 chinese tourists were held hostage. then, the gunman inside opened fire. a 14-year-old boy watching the drama was wounded. sharp shooters scrambled, then crept closer, surrounded the buzz again. busagain. >> reporter: a gunfight broke out. and the hostage taker fell out of the front door of the bus, dead. police helped terrified hostages crawl to safety. but at least six hostages were killed. >> reporter: the day-long standoff began when a fired police officer, armed with an m- 16, hijacked the tour bus and demanded cops give him his job back.
>> reporter: the expolice captain, identified as 55-year- old rolando mendoza, released nine hostages, including women and children. he threatened to kill the remaining hostages in a live phone interview at the local radio station. >> ever since s.w.a.t. teams moved in, they killed the gunman, but not in time to save several hostages. >> reporter: charlie d'agata, wjz eyewitness news. >> that gunman had been reportedly fired from the police force for extortion. and because of it, he had lost his retirement benefits. sea world has been cited for major safety violations, following the death of a trainer at the park in orlando. john -- dawn brancheau died. the park showed a willful disregard for employee safety, saying brancheau should not have been allowed to come in contact with a killer whale without some kind of safety
barrier. sea world will have to pay $175,000 in violations. and bp with the biggest environmental disaster in history. they are looking into whether safety offshore are properly communicated. a man testified in houston today, he admitted he rarely had contact with a manager of the deep water horizon. three people are dead, four others hurt, after a family dispute turns violent in rural virginia. police say charles sunagul shot and killed his son and nephew yesterday. police say he was involved in an ongoing fight. officers were called in. >> daddies that were lost. mothers that were almost lost.
and this was entirely too much. >> stunagle fired several shots at police when they arrived at the property for a second time. officers then returned fire and he was killed. murder charges have been filed now in new mexico against two escaped inmates. they were charged in connection with a death at a rest stop. the trio stole their travel trailer and later burned it. in today's healthwatch, how would you like to lose weight with no prescriptions, no side effects, and at almost no cost. as manuel gallegus reports for wjz, the answer may be as close as the nearest faucet. we all know water is good for us. i'm a runner. and i played soccer my whole
life. so water hydration has always been important. >> but now there is more. researcher says drinking two eight-ounce glasses of water before a meal makes us eat less, about 75 to 95 calories less. and day after day, it adds up. the 12-week study found dieters who drank water before meals three times a day, lost about five pounds more than those who didn't. >> reporter: it seems logical that water can help fill us up and curb appetites. but until now, there has been little scientific information out there to back it up. >> the diet drinks can also help suppress your appetite. but tara miller says they don't have the other benefits of water. water, because of the hydration, can help you with other goals you might have. like setting off headaches, fatigue, irritability. >> as for how much liquid we should drink every day, nine cups per women, 13 per men.
>> and i don't drink enough water. i know that. >> reporter: experts say by the time you feel thirsty, you're actually dehydrated. so keep sipping. it is possible to drink too much water. but doctors say adding a couple of glasses each day is perfectly safe. it's the most famous restaurant guide in the world, and you are the reviewers. the founder of zagat was found recently. from steaks to crab cakes to italian, baltimoreans have their favorites. >> crab cake, shrimp. fish. more than 1200 area restaurants. we caught up with author tim zagot. >> even though there's great restaurants here. this is the place that says to
me, baltimore. >> advertisement. >> and what's more baltimore than a crab cake? >> and i make every one by hand. the crab meat is not dumped in a bowl and mixed up with a spoon. and then scooped out. everyone is formed. >> the mayor stopped by for lunch and talked about the ever- expanding baltimore restaurant scene. >> reporter: we have such a variety of restaurants, you know, home grown places with real baltimore flavor that people will get a chance to see and learn all about. >> reporter: the crab cakes have gone all over the world. >> and i promoted the city of baltimore and the state of maryland. in germany, england, holland. and i would travel over there and take crabs and introduce them to the chesapeake bay. >> reporter: from around the world to charm city. a famous author. and his stamp of approval on a baltimore favorite. and the couple who has been together for 53 years.
>> what's your secret? >> oh. >> saying yes. ron matz, wjz eyewitness news. more than 6,000 local diners submitted their reviews on baltimore area restaurants. for more information, log onto our website, wjz.com. that's the kind of story that makes you hungry. >> i know. it is dinnertime. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. mine collapse. workers trapped inside a goldin copper mine in chile may have to spend four months underground. around the world, a dutch teenager becomes the youngest to attempt to sail solo around the world. and i'm tim williams in for bob turk. we have a cool and damp weekend. -- week. but the weekend looks great. wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories on wjz.com at this hour. for instant updates on all the day's news, and the updated forecast, log onto wjz.com. ♪
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rescue crews are using this to send food, water and medical supplies to the men through the small hole. meanwhile, they're working on drilling a larger hole to pull the minors out. an engineering firm reaches a settlement with the victims. 13 people were killed, and 135 people were hurt. this agreement pays out 52.4 million. 48.6 million goes to the victims. the crest will go to the victims. and the former marine has been found guilty. the two were assigned to the
same unit in camp lejeune. lauren was sentenced to life in prison, without the possibility of parole. a 14-year-old is attempting to become the youngest person to sail around the world alone. the dutch teenager hopes to circle the globe on her 38-foot yacht before her 17th birthday. she plans to make the journey by herself but says she will make stops along the way. a spokesperson says the first 48 hours have gone well. >> brave girl. i hope she has better luck than abbee sunder land. >> the race is to do it while you're 16 to break the record. katie couric has a preview now of what's coming up on the cbs evening snooze. why did a u.s. judge temporarily block using federal funds for stem cell research? we'll have the latest. plus, minor miracle, after 33 are found alive in chile?
why did it take months? those stories and more tonight on the cbs evening news. right here on wjz 13, baltimore. adam approximate and mary, back to you -- adam and mary, back to you. >> thanks. here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right back ,,,, boss: and now i'll turn it over to the gecko. gecko: ah, thank you, sir. as we all know, geico has been saving people money on rv, camper and trailer insurance... ...as well as motorcycle insurance... gecko: oh...sorry, technical difficulties. boss: uh...what about this?
it's partly cloudy. not so hot or humid. a live look outside right now. let's go to meteorologist tim williams. he has the updated first warning forecast. we have a good bilt of cloud cover. and rain off and on. we'll stay in the 60s for the majority of the day. daytime high only around 72 degrees. scattered showers throughout the day. 72 down to 73. wednesday, much of the same. we'll see more sunshine thursday, friday. and into saturday. by the end of the week, it's gorgeous. 80 on friday. and 82 on saturday. overnight lows, getting down into the 50s. who took away honors. britney is back on mtv.
coming up on entertainment tonight. betty white wins. and everybody is talking about britney on "glee." et has the creative arts emmys. but the big winner, betty white. the 88-year-old was a no-show, picking up her 8th emmy. >> you know, i watched the golden girls sometimes. just episode after episode. and new. she's really sweet and professional. and iron prepared. and i got to listen to some of her new album which is coming out. which is amazing. she was in great form. are you going to be involved in that performance. >> i have a nice where i say
she is basically the gateway to drugs and all the evil in the world. >> and the latest shocker, nicole's daughter, annie lynn, as she gets ready to turn 4. that and more on entertainment tonight. >> and don't miss entertainment tonight coming up here on wjz 13. still to come on eyewitness news mark has details coming up next in sports. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
ravens' defense got picked apart. and even though they did win the game, there are concerns that continue about their ability to move the ball through the air. there is good news today. cornerback lardarius westbound. prior to today, westbound had a practice on his own. and he talked about the 8-month prag of getting back in shape. >> i don't know how hard. but it was hard. being able to put in all of the work i possibly can do. just being up here every day.
it was hard waking up, coming up here every day. but it was easy once i got here to put the work in. because i wanted to be back so it just took a little time. >> ravens don't know if he will be available. to baseball now, it is a travel day with the orioles. started a road trip with the white sox tonight. hit the o's after kevin millwood. first inning. first inning, josh hamilton. first pitch he sees sends it out. 3-0, texas leads. they never look back. -- back. he went for another three-run shot. those two homers account for another rangers defeat. >> you have to make good pitches to him. and the ball that hamilton hit
out. and the ball that guerrero hit out. >> he shouldn't feel like those two guys are picking on him. they were doing it to a lot of pitchers for a long time. >> he is allowing nearly six earned runs per game. his next scheduled start is on the road at anaheim saturday. the o's head to chicago, where on the north side of that town, cubs' manager lou pinella says goodbye. the 22-year career as a manager comes to an end. he begins his retirement immediately, to tend to his a.m. ing mother. and it's -- ailing mother. and it's tough to bid farewell to baseball. >> cried a little bit after the game. i get emotional. i'm sorry. i'm not trying to be. this will be the last time i put on my uniform. and -- [ crying ] it's been very special to me. >> reporter: pinela had an 18- year career as a player,
beginning with the orioles. his 22-year managerial career included four seasons with the cubs. steven strasburg likely headed to the disabled list again. he suffered while pitching on saturday. it will be the second time stephen strasburg has been injured. he started this 12 games in his big-league career. and that is scary, given that he is the guy they're counting on for the future. but he's young. be careful with him now. don't let him get hurt. hopefully he'll be there for the long run. >> sounds like you're talking about joe flacco, too. >> of course. >> all right, mark. >> thanks, mark. stay with us. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,
>> couric: tonight, my miner miracles. celebrations in chile after 33 miners trapped in a cave-in for 17 days are found alive. but it could take months to get them out. i'm katie couric. also tonight, the disaster in pakistan. heartbreaking scenes as overwhelmed rescue workers are forced to decide who gets saved and who doesn't. and the hammer comes down on credit card companies. but you may be the one who pays. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, each. time was not on their side, but fate apparently was. on august 5, a gold and copper mine collapsed in china, trapping 33 miners and 17 excruciating days, their families waited for word, hoping and praying and crews dug through the rock to get to the